Join Jim Roskopf of INSURICA as he briefly explains the importance of a cyber liability policy and just how more “common place” attacks like WannaCry 2.0 may be becoming.
The FBI has released a Public Service Announcement regarding the continuing growth of Business Email Compromise (BEC). There are is a good deal of useful information in this PSA as well as some remarkable statistics regarding the monetary impact of business email compromise crimes. The FBI defines BEC as a sophisticated scam targeting businesses working[…]
As a leader within your organization, you want to trust your employees and the people you do business with. However, the sad reality is that no organization is immune to the threat of crime and fraud. In fact, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that organizations around the world lose approximately 5 percent of[…]
According to a recent report, 88 percent of employees lack the understanding necessary to prevent common cyber incidents. That report is based on the results of a survey given to more than 1,000 employees across the Unites States, and was designed to test the level of knowledge and awareness of cyber security among employees by[…]
A malware campaign called Googlian has breached over 1 million Android devices, and continues to affect approximately 13,000 devices every day. The malware is capable of stealing a user’s authentication, which allows it to gain access to personal data from Google Play, Gmail, Google Photos and other platforms. Googlian uses a Trojan horse attack, in[…]
Intellectual property—patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets—may be more important to your business than tangible assets. There are various avenues you can take to protect them from competitors and, more importantly, thieves. It is estimated that intellectual property theft costs domestic companies over $300 billion a year in lost revenue. Understanding your intellectual property and[…]